The current push for expanded state "religious freedom" laws is thanks in large part to the work of the Alliance Defending Freedom ADF , an extreme right-wing legal group that's worked to criminalize gay sex across the globe. The efforts of homosexual activists to convince Americans to tolerate homosexual behavior tramples religious freedom and leaves a trail of broken bodies in the dust. He's also "helped fashion the language for numerous state and federal laws and has testified before committees of the U. House and Senate, state legislatures, and many local governments, and commissions. Pro-life demonstrations may soon be illegal.
Gay marriage is a threat to the bonds of Church and state
Gay marriage is a threat to the bonds of Church and state - Telegraph
In the last couple of years, organized, fundamentalist religion has reared its ugly head again—under the guise of religious freedom. He has surrounded himself with the most frightening array of mostly white, really rich disciples. The move toward religious freedom has nothing to do with freedom. It is their last-ditch effort to reverse the freedoms we have fought for and won.
Yes, We Do Need Separation of Church and State
This by itself is hardly surprising, all groups like to advocate special rights for themselves, but the hypocrisy in this case is too great to ignore. For centuries homosexuals have had to suffer discrimination and abuse, fortunately as the dark ages have started to fade illuminated by enlightenment and humanism this discrimination and abuse have also diminished. Because all this they should know better than now ask for special rights. Why it is not OK to discriminate against gays but it is fine to discriminate against singles, polygamous, unmarried couples or any other of the infinite possible forms of interpersonal relationships?
He claims that doing so would compromise the faith and role of Roman Catholic military chaplains. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth. His arguments are so spurious and misguided it is hard to find a place to begin in refuting them. No Roman Catholic chaplain, nor any other chaplain with negative views of homosexuality, will be required to teach, preach, or counsel anything outside their own beliefs. No gay or lesbian serving in the military would expect to go to such a chaplain and receive a blessing on his or her sexual orientation.